Cobram Roar will boast some of Albury-Wodonga Football Association's best facilities with the opening of a new pavilion at its home base this week.
The $1.7 million building at the Cobram Showgrounds includes four change rooms, six public toilets, a canteen and meeting space as well as rooms for first-aid, match officials and equipment storage.
Roar president Manny Artavilla hopes the facility will not only help attract new faces to the club, but also see former Cobram United and Cobram Victory members and supporters come together to celebrate the achievement.
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"There's been a handful of people that have put a lot of work into it, so to see where it's at is pretty rewarding for those guys who have been there from day one with the planning of it all," he said.
"As a soccer club, we've never actually had a clubroom. From the years gone by and all the hard work the committees have done, it's fantastic to finally have a home."
Member for Ovens Valley Tim McCurdy, Moira Shire mayor Libro Mustica and Member for Nicholls Damian Drum were on hand to officially declare the pavilion open.
The project was funded by contributions from the federal government, Victorian government, Moira Shire Council, Cobram Roar Soccer Club and Saputo Dairy Australia.
Artavilla said the club plans to hold a celebration next year to properly thank all involved.